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I just bought and am about to install next weekend The sportline eibach springs, i was wondering what i should use to do the re-alignment? I know eibach offers a kit, but i want to make sure im doing this correctly.
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If you really want it done correctly, your car will need to visit an alignment shop. And with the Sportlines, you'll want to make sure to get a good set of c/c plates (some here have said the three bolt ones are crap so you might look into a four bolt design, Steeda and Max Motorsports both offer those, there may be others I'm not thinking of) and a bumpsteer kit (fancy name for tie-rod ends). Without those parts, it's my understanding that a proper alignment is near impossible. I've heard an alignment can be done with a tape measure, but that just sounds like an "eyeball" way of doing it. An alignment rack will get your car dialed in so you have no problems whatsoever.
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